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Find the right insurance for your rehabilitation project.

For Properties with Human Burial Sites

Do you own a human burial site in Wisconsin? Learn about your rights and responsibilities under state law.

Identify and determine ways to protect prefabricated metals, including cast-iron, pressed-metal, steel and aluminum elements.

Explore information about caring for the clay tile roof on your historic house.

Review the most important features to maintain from your historic building's original interior design.

Learn the best practices to preserve your original plaster walls and ceilings.

National Park Service

Assists projects leading directly to identification, preservation, and interpretation of battlefield and/or historic sites associated with a battle.

General Information

Historic Buildings and Lead Paint

Learn to manage or remove lead paint in your historic building.

General Information

Dane Arts Grants

Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission

Dane Arts seeks to promote arts, culture, and local history through multiple grant opportunites.

Review the reasons to preserve the original wood features on your historic building.

This grant provides funding for non-profit organizations benefitting Marathon County, Wisconsin.

Learn how to get necessary approvals for your rehabilitation project.

Find helpful tips for working with contractors on your historic building rehabilitation project.

Learn to identify typical concrete block foundation problems.

See the top maintenance practices you can follow to prevent a costly rehabilitation project.

Explore different types of historic commercial signs and ways to use them.

These consultants are available to help you research historic buildings and archaeological sites.

General Information

Tax Credits for Historic Homes

Apply for tax credits for historic residences in Wisconsin.

Learn about the benefits of cataloging a human burial site, from property tax exemptions to membership on the Registry of Interested Persons.

Learn how to repair splits or cracks in wood siding on your historic building.
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